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Polidea supported NameCollision hackaton
Friday evening, after a long work week, most people simply look forward to
have some rest, but programmers choose to meet to code and hack even more.
What makes them act like that? It's a passion for programming to develop great
tools. This passion compelled more than 80 geeks to Warsaw's first
So on Friday, February 22nd. Starting at 6 p.m. the elite of Warsaw's hacker community set about creating, extending and hacking mobile developer's tools.
We are pretty proud that Polidea supported the event and of our colleagues who
attended the event and had great results. Two of their projects have now gone
public and you can use and contribute to them:
You may meet Polideans at more and more events, as attendees, speakers and organizers. If you wish to see us somewhere else - let us know!
- WojtekHead of EngineeringWojtek is a polyglot programmer and an activist within the Polish development community.He ensures that our technical skills are top notch.